November celebrates National Gratitude Month

National Gratitude Month was an initiative started by Stacey Grewal, who believes gratitude to be an essential ingredient of a happy and fulfilling life. When one embraces gratitude, they immediately shift their focus from the negative to the positive things in their lives. Gratitude is the simplest way to change one’s perspective of the world. It allows us to appreciate the positive, rather than focus on the negative aspects of our lives. Learning to be grateful helps us appreciate the … [Read more...]

DIWALI – Celebrated Globally

Diwali (also spelled Devali in certain regions) or Deepavali, popularly known as the "festival of lights," is a five day festival which starts on Dhanteras, celebrated on thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha (dark fortnight) of the Hindu calendar month Ashwin and ends on Bhaubeej, celebrated on second lunar day of Shukla paksha (bright fortnight) of the Hindu calendar month Kartik. In the Gregorian calendar, Diwali falls between mid-October and mid-November. Diwali is an official holiday in … [Read more...]

Five Ways to Increase Organic Traffic to Your Site

Online business can be incredibly fruitful. You can sell your products or your services to your local area, and to people around the world. The only problem with having a business online is that though you have access to the world’s population, you are competing within a global marketplace. How you compete against these businesses will determine your short term and long-term success. Thankfully, there are many avenues you can choose from, and it is much easier than ever before to build brand … [Read more...]

MARCH 10: International Women’s Day Celebration 2019

A Celebration of Women™ The World Hub for Women Leaders that Care RSVP on our Facebook Event Page - HERE LUNCH OPTIONS / FASHION SHOW EVENT FEE Lunch Options Chicken Marsala with Steamed Veggies $75.00 CAD Vegetarian - Eggplant Parmasan $75.00 CAD 2 Ticket Special Chicken Marsala with Steamed Veggies $100.00 CAD 2 Ticket Special Vegetarian - Eggplant Parma $100.00 CAD March 10, 2019 >>>> Apply Today to Participate at Event. In honor of … [Read more...]

Making Your Christmas Shopping Plan

In life, when it comes to Christmas shopping, there are two types of people. There are those who plan well in advance to save last-minute rushing around and those who do exactly that, leave it to the last minute! The date of Christmas never changes and so there are no excuses not to set a plan as this will not only ensure you are organised come Christmas day, but it will also ensure that you are more effective in your Christmas purchases, that you don’t overspend and you will probably even be … [Read more...]

Women in the Construction: Choosing the Right Work Boots

Women have, historically, had a tough time finding just the right pair of work boots. For years, they’ve had to compromise comfort and style for safety, trying to fit into boots designed for men. And with statistics from the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) putting women as only 1.3 percent of the entire US construction workforce, it’s little wonder that the big manufacturers of work boots traditionally chose to ignore such a small market. But things are changing. Women … [Read more...]

AUG 12: International Youth Day – Safe Spaces for Youth

What are safe spaces? The theme of this year’s International Youth Day on 12 August is “Safe Spaces for Youth”. Celebrations on the day will highlight various types of safe spaces and their role in contributing to youth empowerment, inclusion and development. But what are safe spaces? They are various platforms where young people can come together, participate, engage in diverse activities and enjoy the freedom of expression. When youth have spaces where they can come together without … [Read more...]

Orange Day – Gender Equality Advocacy and Awareness, LUCKNOW on 25th July, 2018

Orange Day + Gender Equality Advocacy and Awareness session conducted at Spring​ Dale College, Gomti Nagar LUCKNOW on 25th July, 2018. Our Advisor to Asia, Ms. Meetika Srivastava, was called upon to conduct a gender equality related session during their ongoing one week long awareness drive on the theme of gender equality is the need of the society. Championing the cause of girls education and empowerment she did screening of the movie 'Girl Rising'. This was followed by an … [Read more...]

WOMEN IN SCIENCE: TOP 10

The contribution and participation of women in the field of science has been outstanding over the years. Their tireless contribution has meant an inexhaustible source of progress and development for humanity, besides being an inspiration for the women scientists of today. Although putting all of them in the list is practically impossible, there have been women who printed a unique stamp thanks to their scientific contributions throughout the years, which makes them worthy of top recognition. … [Read more...]

Famous Women Alumni of Durham University

Durham University was officially founded in 1832 and gained its Royal Charter in 1837, breaking a centuries old tradition that had seen Oxford and Cambridge stand as the only two universities in England. Designed to be a great university for the burgeoning towns of the north in the aftermath of the Industrial Revolution, it has since gained a reputation to rank alongside that of Cambridge and Oxford and is regularly seen near the top of lists of the world's best universities. It also has a proud … [Read more...]

6 Ways to Help Women Around the World

Around the world, women and girls are disproportionately faced with a lack of opportunity and political disempowerment. There are many reasons for this. Historically, men have typically been given access to leadership roles, whereas women have been expected to maintain the homemaker position. This has led to the continual disenfranchisement of women who seek to further their futures and develop sociopolitical autonomy. This is especially true in areas around the world where women face even fewer … [Read more...]

Confidence Tips for Social Events

Sometimes, we all feel a lack of confidence when mixing socially with others. It could be a party where you don’t know anyone, a barbeque for your boss’s birthday, or an event where you are expected to make a public speech. Or, it could be that we just don’t feel in the right frame of mind to be social. The good news is that there are tips and tricks you can put into practice to help you get over your nerves, and shine like the funny, interesting and brilliant person you are! Here is a guide to … [Read more...]

4 Ways Women Should Strive to Bridge the Gender Divide in a Male-Dominated Society

From a young age, gender role stereotypes are ingrained into children and their perceptions of the world, from the clothes they wear to the toys they are given to play with. Even as they get older, children are still being dictated to regarding where their interests should lie, and the industries they should aim to get involved in, both from a professional standpoint, and a recreational one. It is considered the norm for women to wear skirts, like bright pastel colors, and want to be nurses and … [Read more...]

How to Continue Your Education after Pregnancy

Female students who have babies while still in school face a myriad of challenges. Stories of discrimination, not only from fellow learners but also teachers are not isolated cases. And before you can find someone in whom you can trust and share worst fears, experiences or start looking for a dependable solution to your term papers, it may be too late to make it. Admittedly, pregnancy is no mean feat for a new mother, who is also a student. It is a new experience that involves emotions and … [Read more...]

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